San Fran School District Creates LGBTQ 'Website To Support Educators With Tools' For Teaching Students

Posted: Apr 21, 2009 12:19 AM
For all those same-sex marriage supporters who mock conservatives that fear LGBT (and now "Q" which stands for "questioning") issues being taught in our children's classrooms if same-sex marriage were legalized--we present exhibit "A." says "this is the only site of its kind in the country." Here's their mission statement:

"The San Francisco Unified School District provides this website to support educators with tools and resources to address lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) topics in a school setting. Our goal is to create a safer learning environment for all students with an emphasis on LGBTQ youth and their families."

More Goodies On Their Front Page:

In the ClassroomJBBP West diversity poster
Creating a safe classroom is paramount so all students can focus on the work of learning.  Providing relevant classroom tools and curriculum assists students and teachers to address LGBTQ topics. Go to In the Classroom

Host an Activity
Fun and engaging school-wide activities and clubs help students celebrate the diversity of schools and our larger communities.  In addition, all students can explore LGBTQ issues in a safe and nurturing environment. Go to Host an Activity

What is even more concerning is that there is no parental notification needed to discuss these issues with children.